County PTA Reflections Deadline:
Thursday, November 15th
Local PTAs must be members of Mecklenburg PTA Council to participate in Reflections.
See our Membership page for a Membership Form.
The Mecklenburg PTA Council represents 109 committed local member units. Membership to the Mecklenburg PTA Council is open to any local PTA unit in Mecklenburg County.
The PTA is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. If your school does not have a local PTA, we can help you start one. Just think how much family involvement will increase when you get all the resources of PTA behind you. Visit www.pta.org to learn more about the work of America's largest child advocacy organization.
“Making every child’s potential a reality” is the Mecklenburg PTA Council’s mission. As a Council, we strive to serve as a relevant resource for families, communities and schools. Most importantly, we are a strong and dedicated advocate for the education and well-being of every child.
The Council is powered by 100% member volunteers. The 2017-18 board members are:
Connie Cabbs, President
Derrik Anderson, First VP and Male Engagement
Darlene Whitfield, Second Vice President
Maura Chavez, Secretary
Jill Federal, Treasurer
Kristen Anderson, Reflections Chair
Katina Gamble, Hospitality and Ways and Means
Melani McNinch, At Large Member
Tony Proctor, At Large Member